The TBR Files

I’m just gonna come right out and say it – I’ve got a problem.  It’s a good problem, but I’m midway through my current read and I’m already wondering what’s going to be up next. The thing is, my to-be-read pile is out of control. I mean, I’m not the fastest reader in the world, and there’s so many books I’m excited about and I’m gonna get to them all but damn why can’t I have another set of eyes to work with?

And if the books were all made of paper then I think I’d need to put up scaffolding.

Here’s just a handful of what’s waiting for me:

TBR pile

But I can’t be the only one with this problem – what’s gnawing at the edges of your reading list? What books are shoving each other out of the way to be next up? Any books sharing the same TBR pile?

Let me know in the comments or over on Twitter – it’s a sure thing that as big as my TBR pile is I’m completely down with adding to it.

Read on, fiends.

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  2 comments for “The TBR Files

  1. Sally A. Peckham
    May 13, 2016 at 10:58 pm

    I, too, have a huge TBR pile! I’m very lucky & keep winning books on GR. :)

  2. CA
    October 6, 2016 at 12:19 am

    My TBR pile is also rather large. It was extremely out of control when i had my Kindle thanks to Amazon and their deal of the day and ridiculously low prices for eBooks in general. Not to mention the freebies as well. I decided enough is enough and sold it and have now reverted back to paperbacks, opting for quality over quantity.

    Although after checking out some of your past reads as well as a few of your recommendations, I’ve added a few more to my list now.

    Oh and obviously there will be another one being added to it on October 31st. :-)

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